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  1. donavannj
    December 9th, 2010 11:12 AM
    That's a pretty high jump. That's about $14,000 for US currency.

    By comparison to a few American universities, Notre Dame University, a well known private university, costs around $39,000 per year for tuition. And then there's another $10,000 or so for room and board. Public universities cost substantially less, as a resident of Minnesota would pay $4,877 per year to attend the University of Minnesota (non-residents pay about $10,000 per year), though that doesn't account for room and board and miscellaneous fees such as the University Fee and technology fees. The State of Minnesota currently pays for about half the cost for a student who is a resident of the state, as you can see. The University of Wisconsin has similar costs to the University of Minnesota for residents ($4,700) and non-residents ($11,000), and the University of Wisonsin's site estimates that a typical undergraduate who resides in Wisconsin would be paying about $20,000 per year.
  2. donavannj
    December 8th, 2010 03:40 PM
    Quote originally posted by Rich Boy Rob:
    Yeah, I can't believe we'll have to spend upwards of £9000 to go to good universities. If I went to 6th Form in Cambridge, or the protests extended over here I would definitely join in.
    Typical that it happens just as I need to start thinking about things like where I want to go for uni...
    [idon'tknowhowtightthestaffhereareonswearing] Tuition fees...
    Is that a cost that is paid before attending or in the form of how much in student loans students would have to pay off while/after graduating? And is that per year or over all the years one attends university? I just wanna get some idea why an amount that would get me 2 years worth of classes at a small, publicly funded technical school in the US (like the one I'm currently attending - which I have needed federal student aid to afford attending) is being considered outrageous for top level schools in the UK.
  3. altariaking
    December 8th, 2010 05:43 AM
    Are bowties cool too?
  4. Master Bait
    December 8th, 2010 01:58 AM
    Master Bait
    Yeah right...thanks. >_>
  5. Abba
    October 29th, 2010 09:36 AM
    4th will always be my favourite, but the 11th is an easy second favourite, with 10th as my third.
  6. Abba
    October 28th, 2010 07:36 AM
    Which is your favourite Doctor? Mine is the 4th, Tom Baker.
  7. Abba
    October 27th, 2010 04:14 PM
    Bow-ties are also cool...
  8. Åzurε
    August 26th, 2010 07:55 PM
    Perhaps it was blind faith at first- I was raised in the church. And really, blind faith isn't such a terrible thing to have, depending on how you think about it. However, just because I was raised that way doesn't mean I can't have a thinking faith.

    Christianity has convinced me for a number of reasons. First, The history and explanations offered by the Bible do make a great deal of sense to me. I could go on for a while about that subject. Pineapples and anemones.
    I also have heard of and seen personally immense changes within the lives of Christians that are one-in-a-million stories among the non-religious.
    The Bible, I've found, is incredibly practical in application and does not conflict with itself or external recorded history. All the historical conflicts I've found brought up by nonbelievers are dispelled by simple research and familiarity with the Scriptures themselves. As I said in the thread, I've always been interested in science and such did quite a bit of research on that front. I also have had interest in other religions. Whenever somebody brings up an unfamiliar faith, I like to read up some before commenting on it. I've not found a lasting hole in the logically and philosophically evident truth of the Bible.
  9. Jeremy
    July 30th, 2010 03:10 PM
    Dang sweetie, I just missed you. Just send me a message on Windows Live Messenger, I'll catch you then. XD
  10. Jeremy
    July 27th, 2010 03:09 PM
    *Pokes.* Are you ready, sweetie?

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